Automatic startup when connect to external power

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  1. kevinyho

    kevinyho

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    TomTom Model(s):
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    Hi,
    I have TT GO720. Is it possible to have TT startup when I start my car? It has shutdown feature when car turns off. I need startup feature because my TT power button is broken.
    Please let me know.
     
    kevinyho, Dec 29, 2017
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    dhn Moderator

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    I don't believe that model had the automatic start up feature. But others may pop in here with better information so check back. What happens when you press the power button, nothing?
     
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    canderson Moderator

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    Still have mine.
    No auto start-up when power is applied for the old GO series (although it was requested), just auto shut-down when power is removed (Battery saver menu).
     
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    kevinyho

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    TomTom Model(s):
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    TT power button sometimes works, sometimes no response and needs to press the button very hard.
    I googled a lot of this issue, some one mentions the truck navcore has power on/off feature when the ignition power on/off. Does anyone test the truck navcore on GO720.
     
    kevinyho, Dec 31, 2017
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